That is Oyster Creek, I have done ok fishing in Wells Mill Park, hike around to the back side of the lake with knee boots or waders and you should get into some fish.cool looking stream in Waretown by wells mills park
"hidden" or hard to get to areas are some times the best spots to fish."hidden looking"
Sorry it took me so long to respond. I have been busy an haven't kept up email or forum disscussion.I'm from Delanco but I spend time in Waretown and Buddtown
Decou is mostly vernal and can't support a fish population (not game fish anyway). There are a bunch of goose ponds, if you are referring to the one south of Decou, it is posted as private property on at least three of it's shores. I remember fishing Mannis Duck Pond a very long time ago but I cannot recall my success there.I was wondering how the fishing is in Mannis Duck Pond, Decou, and Goose Pond ?
I doubt the state would spend the money to restock with warm water fish, they can't make the money back like they can with trout from stamp sales. The pickerel should rebound fine.I've heard that the dam repairs in Presidential Lakes is completed and when the water level rises it will be restocked with fish.
I had never heard that before but it would not surprise me. They are also extremely canabalistic. they say that they will take food 1/3 their body length, however I've seen them eat other pickerel nearly 1/2 their body length. In fact I have pictures. It is a violent world under the water.http://forums.njpinebarrens.com/showthread.php?t=2645As for the Pickeral, I have no doubt about their ability to rebound. I read that they spawn early in the season so their young can feed upon the other later spawning fish.